- electric guitars
Dates of manufacture:
The Schecter TSH-12 model has been around since 1999 - the early ones had a semi-hollow mahogany body with flame maple top, cat's eye sound-hole, bolt-on maple neck, 25.5" scale length, rosewood fretboard with diamond inlays tune-o-matic bridge & stop- tail-piece and two Duncan designed chrome covered humbuckers.
The Schecter TSH-12 was relaunched around 2005 when Schecter changed the TSH design to a Danelectro style semi-hollow body (no sound hole) with lipstick TubeBuckers, dot inlays, hard tail bridge, and black finish only.
The TSH-12 was revamped again in 2013 with the TSH-12 Classic model, retaining the Tubebucker pickups, but going back to the original look with a flame maple topped maple body (instead of mahogany) with the cat's eye sound-hole, but this time with a shorter (24.75") scale length set neck and with block inlays. Extra tone & volume controls were added and a coil tap switch. The Danelectro style pickguard was changed to a smaller pearloid one. The combination of features means the TSH-12 Classic could appeal to guitarists looking for a jangly sounding affordable alternative to a Rickenbacker semi-hollow 12-string.
|Finish colors||black finish, honey finish, orange finish, red finish|
|Finish effects||transparent finish|
|Number of strings||12 strings|
|Tuner layout||six-per-side tuners|
|2002||$899||excellent||jeff||trying to find todays value.|